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PhD Comics takes on the Tax Attack on graduate education.
More than 100 educational institutions, including some of the world's most prestigious, appear linked to blocker funds and other offshore investments.
Our tax burden could increase by tens of thousands of dollars, based on money we donât even make.
For the cost of cutting corporate income taxes, the U.S. could provide universal pre-K and make tuition free at public colleges for nonaffluent students.
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The enthusiasm for science education rests on the assumption that these fields are flush with opportunity. Physicists, go digital.
The number of EU students applying to UK undergraduate courses with an October deadline has risen in 2017.
The opportunities and experiences of blogging as part of teaching.
Teaching scientists foundational computing skills.
100+ volunteers sharing their knowledge about Open Science and contributing to what they see as an extremely important issue in nowadays and future science.
US-registered Central European University faces another year of uncertainty over whether it can continue to operate in Hungary.
Knowledge Lab project to investigate programming features and data science environments.
“We do have a major diversity problem in the tech industry,” president’s daughter adds.
More than half of those doing a doctorate in Switzerland come from abroad, according to the latest OECD education indicators.
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The ballooning costs of attending high-end academic conferences are excluding early-career researchers. But we need their fresh perspectives
The future of data science education in a data democratized world.
The idea that American workers are being left in the dust because they lack technological savvy does not stand up to scrutiny. Our focus should be on coordination and communication between workers and employers.